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Ground source heat pump study



Mitsubishi Electric UK head office
This report details the application, installation and energy monitoring of a Mitsubishi Electric PQHYP200YGM-A water sourced VRF (variable refrigerant flow) system combined with a closed loop ground source application.

The system was run in both cooling and heating at 50, 75, and 100% capacities, with an additional cooling test completed in early summer to show the benefit of lower water temperatures to the ground source application.

The report then goes on to detail the daily operation energy monitoring for typical days in winter; early, mid and late spring and early to mid summer followed by a month by month breakdown of the operating data.

The report concludes with an analysis of the annual part load running efficiencies, running costs, power consumptions, carbon dioxide emissions and pump and indoor power consumption.


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